Slender Mulga Acacia Tenuissima Australian Native | X 30 Seeds
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Common Name: Slender Mulga, also known as Broom Wattle.
Scientific Name: Acacia tenuissima
Life Cycle: Evergreen
Remarks: A slender shrub, typically ranging 1-3m in height, bearing long needle-like phyllodes (leaves) and small, cylindrical, golden-yellow blooms, the Slender Mulga Acacia Tenuissima is native to Western Australia, Queensland, and the Northern Territory.
Plant Height: 1-3m
When: Spring + Autumn is best, but can be sown all year round.
Sowing Depth + Method: 4mm deep. Soak overnight to help soften the hard outer seed coating to help speed up germination, the seed is ready to be sown once swollen. Raise seedlings.
Position: Full Sun
Days until germination: 20-31 days @ 18-23 degrees
Approx Number of Seeds: 30
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